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CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote its primary value is agility. minutess us to do in what would otherwise take us an hour. i will explain what i mean. if a terrorist is identified in the united states, we want to understand if there's a network that we are facing. we take any telephone numbers connected to that terrorist absence ofin the 215, i would use the legal process that we use everyday. each of theng telephone companies, i would
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote us to eliminate the possibility of a terrorist nexus in a domestic context. summer, when diplomatic facilities in the middle east closedsed -- were because it's right conditions, in the course of that we came across nine selectors that pointed to the united states. the use of the 215 tool allowed us to eliminate the possibility of a domestic nexus.
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote . >> obviously that puts us at greater risk of an attack. >> it certainly puts us at risk of missing something that we are trying to see. it could lead to putting us at risk of an attack. you, you saidte this is not an exaggeration. this is a fact. you stand by that?
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote expects us to ensure that the digital revolution works as a tool for individual empowerment, not government control. having faced down the dangers of fascism and communism, the world expects us to stand up to the principal -- for the principle that every person has the right to think and form becauseships freely individual freedom is the wellspring of human progress. those valleys make us who we are. -- those values make us who we are. we should not shy away from high expectations.
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote before us. that brings me to my fifth and final point. the major take away for us from the past several months as we must lean in the direction of transparency wherever and whenever we can. the greater transparency about these programs, the american people may be more likely to accept them. the president set the tone and direction for us in his speech as well as in his landmark directive. a major hallmark of which is transparency. conjunctionng in with the attorney general to conduct further declassification additionalvelop protections and modify how we conduct election of telephone metadata under section 215 of the patriot act and ensure oversight of sensitive collection activities. we will need your support in making these changes. of this, we must and will sustain our professional tradecraft and integrity. we must continue to protect our crown jewel sources and methods
LINKTV
Jan 30, 2014 8:00am PST
quote believe they are correct that it is constitutional, it is inappropriate use -- it is an appropriate use. what the president has posed to us, just because we can do something, should we do it? >> a terror suspect facing trial
Al Jazeera America
Jan 28, 2014 2:00am EST
quote incredibly useful information to a surveillance system. that is a 2008 version of google maps. since then it's been improved the the map offers up the ability to identify where your home and work are, which means that you'll be conveniently handing that information over, and it tracks your history over time such that you are not only understanding where you are, but where you have been in the last month or so. so your past searches are stored, all kinds of useful information. keep in mind that there has been almost no sense of how impactly they are using the data, just
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote the sake of snowing. >> for the most part it is, but it can also be used in, as a means, as a precursor really to an attack. so for example, if the united states decides to go into what is known as computer network attack, then they could use the information that is gleaned through technologies like this to serve as the pathway in order to conduct an attack of that type. so that's what they're doing. they're looking at, they're recoin outering the network, doing a reconaissance and if they need to attack for whatever policy reason they can do so based on the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 28, 2014 2:00am EST
quote keep in mind that there has been almost no sense of how impactly they are using the data, just that they are collecting enormous amounts of it. in the private sector a lot of data is coming in. finding a way to make connections is difficult to do, it's unclear how much data they can make use of. >> jake ward in mitchell sanchez. the popular game "angry birds" has been named in reports. the makers deny knowledge of how spy agencies may have gained access to personal information through the app. >> people in the midwest are suffering through more bitter
Al Jazeera America
Jan 28, 2014 2:00am EST
quote seemed to reveal a trove of information that the n.s.a. is making use of - namely the apps you and i use every day. it seems that the kinds of information they are built to get out of you - your geographic location, the names of people in your photographs, the geotag and metadata that goes with the photographs, and all the information that is generated when you email someone within an app, turning over the contact list, all of that is suddenly available to the n.s.a. for scooping up. now, there are a couple of apps that are specifically mentioned
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote attorney general to use this transition. period to develop a new approach without the government holding .his metadata itself ear and they will report back to me with options for alternative approaches before the program comes up for reauthorization on march 28. during this. time, we will discuss the reauthorization of the program is needed. -- as needed. the reforms should give people greater confidence that their rights are being protected, use even as law enforcement retains the tools they need to
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote ads pop up on your smart phone. all of us understand that the standards for government surveillance programs must be higher. given the unique power of the state, it is not enough or leaders to say trust us and we will not abuse the data we collect. history has too many examples where the trust has been breached. our system of government is built on the premise that our liberty cannot depend on the good intentions of those in power. it depends on the law to constrain those in power.
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote take hours. this tool allows us to do that in minute. circumstances, that would not be a material difference, except when it matters most. it is a useful tool because of the agility it offers. it is a healthy discussion to talk about what might replace that. i want folks to understand what the trade-off would be in that agility. that is what matters most to the fbi.
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote >> thank you. >> ifill: since at least 2008, the national security agency has been using secret technology to hack into and take control of computers not connected to the internet. these revelations come from the trove of documents leaked by former n.s.a contractor edward snowden. late today the n.s.a said in a statement,
SFGTV
Jan 16, 2014 1:30am PST
focused on that. >> we didn't file a conditional use appeal. the board is very stringent of getting the board before yourself. the reasons we did file a conditional use appeal. it was accepted by the clerk. the analysis of the signature did not meet the threshold required by the board of supervisors and the city ordinance and we probably depending on how things go today we'll see the ultimate outcome, but we did file the appeal. >> you did not have enough in the threshold. >> we did not. >> the appeals in the past were brought with 20 percent property signatures if that's correct. >> i think that is correct. i was not involved at the time. if you asked the question, i will give you an answer. the settlement agreement that some of the neighbors entered into has taken many of the opponents out. now, what happened on the settlement it was large organizations that knob hill association. you will hear from barrett, she's the expert. it's been a very contention manner. there are people concerned about getting involved at this point. the fact that we don't have 20 percent is no indication
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote collection sources including some shared by us -- with us by valued partners. terrorists are going to school on u.s. intelligence sources and tradecraft and the insights they are getting or making our job much harder. this includes putting the lives of members or assets of the intelligence community at risk as well as our armed forces, diplomats, and citizens. we are beginning to see changes in the communications behaviors of adversaries. particularly terrorists. and then -- a disturbing trend which i anticipate will continue. hislaims he has won and
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote this had been used back and forth. we withheld a few of the details at that time at the government's request but then the papers came out and des spiegel published some of the details of this several weeks ago. >> des spiegel published an actual catalog of these kinds of devices, tell me colonel, how is this used,
SFGTV
Jan 17, 2014 4:30am PST
it be followed or over turned for one sponsor who is bringing unpermitted use not by following the rules but by using an exception to the rules. chiu president david chiu: thank you mr. wallace. thank you colleagues, any questions to mr. wallace? i have a couple questions to help frame the conversation because obviously as district supervisor i know a little bit about this project given all the appeals over the years. given that we've had a number of appeals and lawsuit, there are a lot of details that are confusing. we are talking about the mornings -- modernization of the masonic center. can you tell the number of the proposed project? >> 135 patrons per show. 3300 from 3100. president david chiu: that's my understanding. an increase about 4 percent of capacity for individuals. as i read your appeal letter, it didn't from my perspective didn't address the environmental analysis or the adequacy of that or as much as from 2013 was granted. i wanted to ask why didn't you bring a cu appeal if you spent a lot of time in your letter focused on that. >> we didn't file a conditional use
MSNBC
Jan 23, 2014 10:00am PST
quote fisa program by telling people in europe that if they use microsoft as their carrier, the data from that -- that relationship will not be stored in the u.s. will be outside the reach the nsa program in the west. >> thank you. we appreciate you joining us
MSNBC
Jan 23, 2014 10:00am PST
quote europe, it's in the newspaper today that microsoft is going to start using servers outside the united states so that it can keep people's data safe. i can just imagine people in the united states wanting to use the microsoft or other servers outside the united states. this is becoming -- unmanageable. and my suggestion is at this point that we look for alternatives and that section 215 so far as i understood before the president spoke was something the white house was considering abandoning. the president didn't abandon and gave three options. one that has the most appeal to me which he didn't explain carefully is tagging data so you can actually find needles without having to have the haystack. wouldn't that be better? wouldn't that be reassuring to people? at any rate, i want to commend
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
quote policywise from a legal standpoint it is not used domestically. these techniques are only used for foreign intelligence purposes. now at least by the nsa. now when it comes to the targets itself, that is based on intelligence priorities and those intelligence priorities are decided not only by the director of national intel against but also in the white house by the president. >> now the intelligence
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 3:30pm PST
amendment. let me say the knob hill is trying to take a different use from a different neighborhood and bring it into the knob hill special use district by a different use not even with the text amendment. this is something the city has not done over the course of me career here at city hall for more than 27 years. such thinking would create a long stand in special use district and would allow non-conditional use permits to be the exception. if this would become a policy it would apply in all the force of all the districts. japan town, gary blvd and irving street and third street and xelsory. the interpretation dated may 1990 in your packet which says when a non-conforming use changes to another use such must conform to other applique able. let's go to other problems in the eir, the proposed project of uses in the amount of knob hill and increasing parking and traffic large increases in the number of events and patrons that will attending the events. the knob hill does not permit this type of activity. what else is wrong with the eir? in order to avoid the analysis that i just discu
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 7:00pm PST
item is something that i know that many of us have been contacted about and i think that all of us have been upset to see what's going on in the city right now. i am introducing a resolution and before i go into specifics i want to thank my cosponsors of the resolution, supervisor yee, farrell, wiener, chiu, mar and cohen. i'm introducing a resolution that makes it clear that here in the city and county of san francisco we do not support the kind of false antiabortion message that are contained in banners that are currently lining up market street. the banners and i'm sure that many of you have seen them, abortion hurts women. that whatever your views are on the subject, that is misguided incorrect information. to the contrary, not only is abortion one of the safest medical procedures in the united states, but denied abortion care is what actually hurts women. when women are denied the right to make the very personal deeply personal and private medical decision about whether or not to have a child, their emotional economic educational and professional satisfaction and success are t
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 4:00pm EST
quote mr. clapper, the director much national intelligence told us oath and in front of the senate, we are not collecting any sort of data on hundreds of millions of americans. >> that was a lie and i think there is every reason to believe they are lying now. >> mr. elsberg, we appreciate your time. thanks for talking to us.
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
quote even as law enforcement retains the tools they need to keep us safe. additional issues require further debate. some who participated in our view, as some members of congress would like to see more sweeping reforms. we have to go to a judge each time before these requests. here i have concerns that we should not set a standard for thatrism investigations are higher than those involved in investigating and ordinary crime. i agree that greater oversight on the use of these letters may be appropriate and i prefer to work with congress on this issue. there are those who would like to see different changes to the court then i proposed. i'm working with congress to ensure that we build a broad consensus for how to move forward and i'm confident that we can shape an approach that meets our security needs while upholding the civil liberties of
SFGTV
Jan 17, 2014 4:00am PST
get us to zero. and so we want to have this pedestrian safety public awareness targeting the vehicle driver's and pedestrians. a lot of times we talk about this pedestrian safety awareness plan, people toned think it's all about what pedestrians should be doing. certainly that is an important piece of the ingredient, but a lot of times we skip the fact that well, we can do a lot better, in fact we can do something because we have not done much of anything when it comes to targeting in the drivers themselves in terms of the education piece and what their responsibilities are. you know, in 2013 was the most fatal year in the past 5 years with 20 pedestrian deaths recording in san francisco. we have seen an unprecedented number of accidents along with enforcement and better infrastructure education is a need to prevent these injuries. i'm hoping to get started the education piece within the next month or so. in district seven we wanted to do some pilot program. we are asking students in our public schools to participate as crossing guards. right now there is two schools that have shown
FOX News
Jan 26, 2014 11:00am PST
quote since last july? four. the majority leader is using a device only occasionally used by previous majority leaders of both parties to prevent us from even offering our ideas. that's why the senate has been so dysfunctional over the last six months and even actually prior to that.
SFGTV
Jan 24, 2014 4:00am PST
education piece. all three of these strategies many of us are already aware of them, certainly in the district 7 pedestrian safety plan that report that i help put together this past year pointed out those three strategies. today i'm introducing a resolution along with supervisor's kim and avalos to create an action plan. let's go beyond, we are going to take a leap into the attempt to get us to zero. and so we want to have this pedestrian safety public awareness targeting the vehicle driver's and pedestrians. a lot of times we talk about this pedestrian safety awareness plan, people toned think it's all about what pedestrians should be doing. certainly that is an important piece of the ingredient, but a lot of times we skip the fact that well, we can do a lot better, in fact we can do something because we have not done much of anything when it comes to targeting in the drivers themselves in terms of the education piece and what their responsibilities are. you know, in 2013 was the most fatal year in the past 5 years with 20 pedestrian deaths recording in san francisco. we have seen a
Bloomberg
Jan 7, 2014 5:00pm EST
free and then to pay for the upgrade. that is a nice business for us. we just disclosed without past 400 thousand paying subscribers to that service. the interesting thing is how we also are looking at paid opportunities on the viewer cited. the creators, we now empower them to charge a viewers intern for their content. it has created a service called vimeo on-demand where creators can set their own price and the geographic availability, determine whether it is a rental or a download. we have seen incredible traction. we launched at about nine months ago. we now have 5000 titles in the paid catalog and we are seeing exciting attractions. both creators and viewers are paying to use the vimeo service. >> what works best for this new service? runs the range. one of the most exciting things is in the same way vimeo has established a community of high- quality content, the same as holding true for the paid content. while it is of the highest quality it can be things like action sports content or instructional content as well as independent film, drama, comedies. it is not content you woul
SFGTV
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm PST
. board of appeals did identify the letter to convert the non-conforming use to conforming use and intensify that use. in 2011 the same superior judge invalidated that letter of determines. however the city and we an appealed that to the court of appeals and in april in last year, april 2013, the california code of appeals reversed the superior court judgment and the 2009 letter upheld in its entirety. for that reason, the zoning administration is an appropriate means to the project is final and not subject to further legal challenge. not to report the outcome of that allegation. even if it did analyze in different means that project could have been approved that is not ground for objecting the eir. that is because the eir already analyzed the possibility. on section 2a. approval for the non-special use district to authorize the intensification of a largest affordable non-conforming use. the masonic temple prevail at the appeal at the verdict of mandate. less the eir already did cover the possibility that an amendment special use district would be necessary however we did prevail a
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote time, section 215 does not produce anything useful. .e have had testimony in order to assess this issue, which as senator rockefeller pointed out, the president has discussed, we want to weigh national security concerns and importance of the program against privacy and rights concerns from the public. there is large amounts of telephonic data in the government podcast. is the program effective? does it make a difference? is it a good tool?
SFGTV
Jan 28, 2014 6:30pm PST
. it's not recorded. nobody will know. it will be between us. i mean, is there a general sense -- everybody wants to comply obviously if you're going for a waiver. but is there anybody who is really just standing out as a department of the 9 or so that are -- >> obviously there's variation in there. the way they're approaching this, would have to say across the board there is a great deal of improvement and willingness to figure this out and to come to grips with the fact that they all need to have similar types of data collection systems of how their vehicles are used. and some of them are stepping up more willingly and aggressively. but all of them are moving forward. >> maybe we could talk off line because i'm getting kind of interested in the subject matter, you know. i was really looking forward to this. and thanks to you guys for sharing this information. maybe we could even talk off line because maybe it would be nice to figure out if we can up lift the work of one of the departments, maybe even in the future commission meeting do a little ~ let's not tell anyone, a surp
SFGTV
Jan 29, 2014 10:30pm PST
and those bumps are golf tournaments. the other big driver in pesticide use in the city really is tournament golf. and this is kind of a separate issue on its own. i think what we've concluded in the ipm program is you really can't have tournament golf without having a lot of pesticide use. and, so, it's a community decision as to whether we want to have these deals with golf tournaments. i know there are a lot of benefits as well from the tournaments themselves, but i have to sort of treat that as a separate category of pesticide use. and to their credit, the rec/park golf team has been very, very committed to finding every way we possibly can to reduce pesticide use at harding park golf course. the -- i think that -- i also should explain we don't put public health pesticides in here because that is something for moe mosquitox, for example, that we really can't control. ~ it's something that is driven by mosquito outbreaks, west nile virus outbreaks, various public health issues, and also those are almost universally very low toxicity products. they are mike robial products that
SFGTV
Jan 24, 2014 6:30pm PST
are going to face after earthquakes are fire hazard. we are happy to have the fire marshall join us today. >> thank you. my pleasure. >> we talk about the san francisco earthquake that was a fire that mostly devastated the city. how do we avoid that kind of problem. how can we reduce fire hazard? >> the construction was a lot different. we don't expect what we had then. we want to make sure with the gas heaters that the gas is shut off. >> if you shut it off you are going to have no hot water or heat. be careful not to shut it off unless you smell gas. >> absolutely because once you do shut it off you should have the utility company come in and turn it back on. here is a mock up of a gas hear the on a house. where would we find the gas meter? >> it should be in your garage. everyone should be familiar with where the gas meter is. >> one of the tools is a wrench, a crescent wrench. >> yes. the crescent wrench is good and this is a perfect example of how to have it so you can loosen it up and use it when you need it. >> okay. let's go inside to talk about fire safety. many of the issu
SFGTV
Jan 24, 2014 5:00am PST
the non-special use district to authorize the intensification of a largest affordable non-conforming use. the masonic temple prevail at the appeal at the verdict of mandate. less the eir already did cover the possibility that an amendment special use district would be necessary however we did prevail at the court of appeal and the final eir actively approved that. the physical impacts on the environment of a project. not the form of project's approval. the ceqa guidelines to find a project analyzed in the eir in the activity being proposed not the approvals. therefore even if the appellants are correct, they would have no bearing on the adequacy of the ei r. let me turn to the section of the 182 argument which applies citywide is not available in the knob hill special use district. we agree with the appellants that the provision of a special use district supercede general code planning commission provision when there is a conflict with any other code provision. appellants can point to no conflict between section 182 and section 238 which is the knob hill ordinance. whether they assum
Bloomberg
Jan 7, 2014 9:00pm EST
for us. we just disclosed without past 400 thousand paying subscribers to that service. the interesting thing is how we also are looking at paid opportunities on the viewer cited. -- side. the creators, we now empower them to charge a viewers intern for their content. turn for viewers in their content. it has created a service called vimeo on-demand where creators can set their own price and the geographic availability, determine whether it is a rental or a download. we have seen incredible traction. we launched at about nine months ago. we now have 5000 titles in the paid catalog and we are seeing exciting attractions. both creators and viewers are paying to use the vimeo service. >> what works best for this new service? >> and runs the range. one of the most exciting things is in the same way vimeo has established a community of high- quality content, the same as holding true for the paid content. while it is of the highest quality it can be things like action sports content or instructional content as well as independent film, drama, comedies. it is not content you would
PBS
Jan 18, 2014 5:00pm PST
to. it seems though however that i've mounting pressure from the us and western countries cause confessions to be me the conference out will be held under the auspices of the un and its co sponsored by russia and the us is scheduled to begin on tuesday january twenty seconds. it is aimed at finding a way to install a transitional government that will subsequently keep the weight for height to admitting that nearly three year old civil war which has reportedly claimed the lives of some one hundred and thirty thousand people. of course on the new york city they will meet on the us conclusion that a chemical attack in damascus told this was carried out by the government is big challenge but to go potty respected experts. washington immediately then going to present a sad but this new ripple from massachusetts institute of technology from the broken couldn't find government controlled areas we went through oven to three months worth of study to determine other types of rockets. others the way to the size of the propellant and we determined that the range is on the alert two km i lik
Al Jazeera America
Jan 20, 2014 11:00pm EST
quote and people find it easy to use words on twitter. it is unbelievable to me that the world is still this way but it is. i can handle it. joining me now the is nick eaton. , a good amount of criticism, what did most fans probably not know about the seahawks corner back? >> well, i think everybody knows how passionate richard sherman is but i don't know whether people understand how articulate and educated the man is. he's its his third year in the league. he grew up in compton and he ended up second of his class in high school.
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote the pres >>> given the unique power of the state, it is not enough for leaders to say trust us, we won't abuse the data we collect. for history has too many examples when that trust has been breached. >> good sunday morning. no matter what you think of edward snowden and the decision to spill secrets of how the government conducts domestic surveillance, he started one big debate. without him, it is hard to imagine the president giving the speech he gave this week. the spying programs are here to stay it appears. but the president says he would
ABC
Jan 5, 2014 8:00am PST
quote don't think he was a bad person. by lying to congress he made us doubt and believe maybe the
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote useful in fighting terror create instead, they hid bad policy and violations of the liberties of the american people. for example, the director of the nsa said publicly that the nsa does not hold data on u.s. citizens. that was obviously untrue. justice department officials section 215 is
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 8:00pm EST
quote americans. you tell us today whether any searches have a written -- have ever been conducted? hearing,k at a threat i would prefer not to discuss this and have this as a separate subject. there are complex legal issues ise that i do not think this the appropriate time to discuss. >> one with that time be? i tried with written questions a year go to get answers. we were
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